TITLE: I'LL NEVER FORGET WHAT'S'ISNAME
FORMAT: British QUAD (30 x 40 inches)
STARS: Oliver Reed, Orson Welles, Carol White. DIRECTOR: Michael Winner.
NOTES: This cultish British comedy about an advertising executive who wants to leave his former life behind is a quintessentially 1960s film and one of the best of its genre. It was one of the first movies in which the 'f' word was used (although the censor insisted that this was partially blotted out by the sound of a car-horn). The film also used dream sequences that were obviously LSD inspired and this, too, did not go down too well with the Board of Censors. The artwork by a young Vic Fair was in the fabulously psychedelic style that was sweeping the world in the 1967 'summer of love' and was one of the first mainstream cinema posters to employ this unrestrained hippy style. Fab in every way!
CONDITION: Grade A. Pinholes. Near fine. Folded, as issued.